Struggling to report multiple Facebook accounts, groups, or pages? Traditional reporting can be tedious and time-consuming. Enter Facebook Short Reporting Link, your secret weapon for efficient online reporting. Facebook Direct Report links, also known as short reporting links, offer a convenient and efficient way to report on multiple accounts, groups, or pages on Facebook. This article explores the significance of these links, explaining their usefulness, especially in scenarios involving the reporting of fake accounts.

What are Facebook Short Reporting Links?

These are shortened URLs that bypass the standard reporting process and land you directly on the final “Submit to Facebook for Review” page. This saves you precious clicks and navigations, making reporting a breeze.

Why Use Facebook Short Reporting Links?

  • Report multiple times with ease: Perfect for combating fake accounts, hate speech, or offensive content.
  • Collaborate with friends and groups: Share the link and let others contribute to the reporting effort.
  • Auto-report with extensions: Integrate with my Facebook Auto Reporter tool for automated reporting.

How to create a Facebook short reporting link – (Direct Facebook Report Method)

Users often resort to short reporting links when they need to report a targeted account multiple times. The direct report link requires only two simple steps: visiting and submitting. This streamlined process eliminates the need to go through the entire reporting procedure repeatedly.

Some users manually use short reporting links by sharing them with friends or groups, enabling others to report on a specific account without going through the complete reporting process. This tutorial focuses on creating Facebook Direct Report Links, particularly for users interested in Facebook Auto Reporter.

How to report on Facebook (Accounts/Groups/Pages) using Facebook Auto Reporter v2

How to Create a Facebook Short Reporting Link

  1. Switch to Facebook Basic:
    • First of all, we need to change the platform from normal Facebook to mbasic.
    • Let’s say you want to report this account:
    • So change this by replacing https:// or https://www. with mbasic.
      • e.g:
      • will be like this:
  2. Report the Content: Now once you change the URL, you will get Facebook’s basic layout. Then just go through the process of reporting. It depends on why you want to report just go step by step, once you get to the last step where it says “Submit to Facebook for Review”.
  3. Copy the URL: Check the box and click submit. Copy the resulting long URL.
  4. Extract the Short Link: Look for &av= near the end of the URL. It might be followed by a long string and other parameters. Remove everything after &av= (including &av= itself).
    • Here just check the box and click submit. Once you are done with this. You need to copy the URL. It will be a long URL, you just need to find &av= at the end of the URL. It will somewhat look like this
      • &av=1XXXXXXXXXXXXXX&eav=AfZhoGZi1atKChSRGZX29mDOSV8p5OWYCARiQL5RjMdJRYa-szDK7xUx0d47ebGhCPg&_rdr
    • It might be different in most cases but the point is you have to remove all the remaining url after &av= (including &av= as well). Generally &av= can be found at the end of the URL after %7D (if you are using Chrome) and if you are using Firefox then you will find &av= after “}” almost at the end of the URL.
  5. Shorten the Link: Use a URL shortener like TinyURL or Bitly to create a concise and shareable link.
    • It will look somewhat similar to this: or
    • This link is your Facebook direct report link (short reporting link), whenever someone visits this link will get the last step of the reporting.


Use Facebook Short Reporting Links responsibly and only for legitimate purposes. Reporting false information or harassing others can result in account suspension.

Benefits of Using Short Reporting Links

  • Faster reporting: Saves time and effort compared to traditional methods.
  • Increased efficiency: Enables mass reporting of multiple targets.
  • Collaborative reporting: Simplifies reporting with friends and groups.
  • Auto-reporting potential: Integrates with automation tools for effortless reporting.

Facebook Direct Report Link (Short Reporting Link )


The accounts mentioned/ reported in the video test are for illustrative purposes, helping users understand the reporting process. All accounts/groups/pages discussed were either fabricated or offensive, aimed at exposing privacy issues on social media.



Facebook Short Reporting Links offer a powerful and convenient way to report issues on the platform. By following these simple steps, you can streamline your reporting efforts and make a positive impact online.